Christians are consistently encouraged to find a partner with whom they’re “equally yolked," but how far does that commandment go? Do a husband and wife need to agree on every theological issue they come across? The panel discusses their thoughts on theological agreement within marriage in this Q&A session.
In relationships, whether it's friendships, family, or romantic relationships, one person sometimes will put in more effort than the other. But what happens when only one person is willing to grow and change? Dr. Chris Grace explains how to approach this situation with frank evaluation of the relationship, as well as your own expectations.
In a time when it seems everyone is on their cell phone, it is important to understand the significant influence that technology has on us. Research has shown that people feel more connected to others simply because of their smartphones. Yet, with the use of smartphones and other technologies on the rise, we also need to create healthy boundaries and balance when it comes to our relationships. Dr. Chris Grace and Dr. Tim Muehlhoff discuss common sense ways to find this balance in the age of constant connection.
We are in the age of constant connection. It's not that technology is bad, the problem is that the poor use of it can negatively impact our relationships. While technology makes it easier to connect with those who are far from us, if not used wisely, it can also make it more difficult for us to stay connected with those who are near to us. In today's podcast, Dr. Chris Grace and Dr. Tim Muehlhoff discuss the pros and cons of current technology and how they influence our relationships.
Timing is essential in every relationship. If a couple has a firm, Christ-centered relationship and plans to get married, is it ok for him to treat her like he would a wife while they're only dating? In today’s post, Dr. Chris Grace answers the question of what is appropriate in a serious pre-engagement relationship.
As individuals, we each possess a different set of emotions and personalities. Not only is it important to gain insight into our own emotional reactions, but into our partner's as well. In today's blog, Dr. Chris Grace explores the dynamic of understanding each other's emotional state so we can foster a relationship that thrives.
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